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Todd R. Stinebrickner

Professor, Department of Economics, University of Western Ontario.

Off-Campus Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.

Adjunct Research Associate, Population Studies Center.

Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Western Ontario.

Faculty Research Fellow, National Bureau of Economic Research.

Director, Berea Panel Study.

Ph.D., University of Virginia

Dr. Stinebrickner is a labor economist specializing in application of dynamic optimization models. His research interests include applied econometrics, labor, education, health and retirement, and dynamic programming models. He is currently collaborating with John Bound on projects related to disability and education, including the NIA-funded project, "Health, Economic Resources and the Work of Older Americans."

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Bound, John, Todd R. Stinebrickner, and Timothy A. Waidmann. 2010. "Health, economic resources and the work decisions of older men." Journal of Econometrics, 156(1): 106-129. DOI. Abstract.

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